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City of Fairfield Legislation Summary No. 9-2019 Following

CITY OF FAIRFIELD LEGISLATION SUMMARY NO. 9-2019 Following is a summary of legislation adopted by the Fairfield City Council on May 13, 2019. A complete text may be viewed at the following Fairfield locations: Fairfield Municipal Building (Room 138), Fairfield Lane Public Library, Fairfield YMCA, Fairfield Community Arts Center, and the Wildwood Manor House. Ord. 45-19 Declare twelve (12) city motor vehicles and seven (7) pieces of city equipment and (29) Motorola radio chargers for the Fire Department as surplus and authorize the City Manager to sell the motor vehicles and equipment on Ord. 46-19 Execute an Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) Transportation Alternative Funding Application and Agreement for a proposed segment of the Great Miami River Trail and declaring an emergency. Ord. 47-19 Contract with Rush Truck Centers for the purchase of an International 7400 HV507 4X2 single axle truck cab and chassis for the Street Division. Ord. 48-19 Contract with MTech Company for the purchase of a Ford E-450 Camera Truck #645 (Sewer) replacing old unit #6409. Ord. 49-19 Contract with Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber (FTC&H), Inc. for sewer engineering services. Ord. 50-19 Appropriation Ordinance (Contractual Items) - $98,000 for sewer engineering services; $323,770 for purchase of Ford E-450 truck (Sewer Division); $86,728 for purchase of International Truck (Street Division). Ord. 51-19 Appropriation Ordinance (Non-Contractual Items) $20,000 for CCTV cameras for Central Traffic System; $40,532 replacement of channel grinder; $8,200 purchase of new telescoping sludge pit valves; $5,000 for water valve box; $27,000 crack sealing of various streets; $5,000 for various NPDES Phase II storm water system expenses; $10,000 for geotechnical and testing services; $38,000 for 2019 Parking Lot Maintenance Program; $10,000 for drywell cleanings in Muskopf/Sherry area; $7,500 for manhole rehabilitation; $5,865 for theatrical dimmer rack installation; $18,456 for dog park site fixtures and amenities; $9,999 for purchase of Toro Z Master 60" Mower; $15,893 Theatrical Projection Equipment; $15,650 for tracking software for Police Department. Ord. 52-19 Successor collective bargaining agreement with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 166 for Wages, Hours and terms and conditions of employment for the Sergeants Bargaining Unit and declaring an emergency. Ord. 53-19 2019 Wage & Salary Ordinance Hourly Employees Alisha Wilson Clerk of Council 5-17/2019
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